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Fabrication of Nanopatterns on a Curved Polymer Cornea Device

  • Author(s): Li, Calvin;
  • Ramales, Cesar D.;
  • Chough, Heejun;
  • Tran, Brendon B.;
  • Yang, Mai T.
  • et al.
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Background:   Corneal afflictions may result in blurred vision, but in severe cases it can cause complete vision loss. In many cases, sight can be restored through a corneal transplant using donor tissues. The problem with transplantation by using donor tissues is the lack of cornea tissues available and a risk of rejection. NanoCurv Impressions has developed a one-piece state of the art artificial corneal device with nanopattern technology. Research is in progress to validate the efficacy of the nanostructures which should improve device integration and prevent infections.

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